Spyros Gennatas

Consultant medical oncologist


Spyros Gennatas has been a consultant medical oncologist at Guy's and St Thomas' hospital NHS Foundation Trust since 2021. He also works as a member of the acute oncology service at St Thomas' Hospital.

He has also worked as a research fellow for the National Mesothelioma Centre at ICL. He has published in high-impact, peer-reviewed journals and presented in international meetings in the fields of molecular genetics, quality of life in cancer patients, Covid-19 and cancer, and medical oncology.

Education and training

  • Certificate of completion of training in medical oncology, The Royal Marsden Hospital, 2019

  • PhD, National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, London, 2018

  • Speciality certificate in medical oncology, Royal College of Physicians and the Association of Cancer Physicians, 2014

  • Postgraduate diploma in oncology, Institute of Cancer Research, 2013

  • Member of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) UK (London), Royal College of Physicians, 2010

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB), University of Leicester and University of Warwick, 2006

  • Intercalated Bachelor of Science (BSc), University of Leicester, 2004

Research interests

  • Development of novel therapeutic agents for the treatment of thoracic cancers, including lung cancer, thymic epithelial tumours and mesothelioma though clinical trials and translational research
  • Development of predictive and prognostic biomarkers


  • Jean Shanks Award; This is awarded to a student undertaking a pathological-based intercalated BSc project according to their academic performance and the quality of the research project, 2003

Last updated: November 2023

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